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Blizzard...Ed & Rufuz style,
by Ed Matlack

Friday, December 19, 2003

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Just a fun look at living from a different point of view...

BLIZZARD…Ed & Rufuz style,


The snow came down so wet,

I thought it was going to cover the camper,

But unfortunately, the blizzard we didn’t get.


So we live in a motor home,

In a campground,

Year around,

We do our traveling in summer,

In the months of winter,

We mostly just shiver.


No, this beast was not built to withstand winters blows,

Her cold just seeps through the walls,

Even with the heater & it’s constant glow,

The cold, at times seems to get to my feet,

Got to wear two types of slippers at once,

But that is the “fun” of living in a camper…


But to be sure,

We live for the summer and traveling,

We tow the Jeep, called our “toad”,

We have not gotten more than one state,

Beyond that of the great Mississippi,

But what we have seen has really been great.


The people of this country are really quite nice,

I hope we find Canada and Mexico to be as pleasant,

We have dined all over the eastern half of the states,

The meal I remember most was the pheasant,

At a persons home we met online,

They thought it was good eating,

I thought it tasted like chicken,

But what the hell, it was free...    (ed)        



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Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 12/19/2003
Brrrrrr. I loved the PIC Ed, but gosh, that is too much snow. Why not travel the winter in the southern states and the summer in the northern ones...'Twas a very splendid write my friend.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 12/19/2003
Oh this is good and I hope it is better now.
Happy Holidays
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/19/2003
Don't let anyone convince you that frogs taste like chicken. They taste like frogs. Thanks for the sharing. You will enjoy Canada, we're really friendly :-)
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/19/2003

the invitation to come to warm(er) texas is still open, c'mon down! :)

naaaaah...miss the snow, but blizzards? no way! :)

cute write! looks like a nice place you live

(((HUGS))) and love,


besides, *wOOf* rufuz will keep you warm from any ole snowstorm! :)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/19/2003
too cute, ed; enjoyed~ (((HUGS))) and much love, your tx. friend, karen lynn. :)
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